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By tambre on May 18, 2012
Ever wish that you had someone to guide you along the way through your cancer fight? We have basketball coaches and football coaches, but who knew that there were actual coaches for cancer? Find out more via my guest blog post featured this week on the I Had Cancer non-profit website.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching | Tagged cancer survivorship coaching, coaching, coaching cancer survivors, coaching for cancer survivors, inspiration, iPEC, motivation, the big question | Leave a response
By tambre on March 9, 2012
Check out my interview hosted by Ryan Stanley for iPEC’s Coach of the Week series…and don’t miss the final question because there is something in my response for everyone who wants some inspiration toward going for their goals.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching | Tagged cancer survivorship coaching, Coach of the Week, coaching, coaching cancer survivors, inspiration, iPEC, motivation, Ryan Stanley, the big question | 9 Responses
By tambre on May 9, 2011
It is we as human beings who give meaning to anniversaries and days like Mother’s Day. They are man-made, conjured up with the good intent of honoring a special person or event in our lives. Therefore, we also have the power to choose how we experience them.
Posted in Cancer Survivorship, Caregiver Coaching, Grief Recovery, Transitions | Tagged anniversary, annivesaries, cancer survivorship coach, coaching cancer survivors, coaching caregivers, empowering, grief, healing, honoring, loss, Mother's Day, remembering, widow | 12 Responses